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A million trees for joining Europe

TALLINN - Eschewing typical, admittedly ephemeral festivities, Estonia has decided to opt for a more

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Human rights report draws Latvian ire

RIGA - A report released earlier this month by Elisabeth Schroedter, the European Parliament's rappo

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Minister: U.S.A. wants Paksas to resign

WASHINGTON - VILNIUS - Foreign Minister Antanas Valionis returned from a trip to the United States w

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Fifty-fifty split on EU regional aid on table

BRUSSELS - The expanding EU should give half its regional aid to the 10 poorer countries joining the

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Expert: crime to 'intensify' after enlargement

THE HAGUE - As the European Union's enlargement approaches, crime experts are seeking ways to preven

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Lithuania in brief

The legal team of Yuri Borisov, President Rolandas Paksas' largest financial sponsor who was recentl

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Talk of isolation mounting, Paksas responds clumsily

VILNIUS - Foreign Minister Antanas Valionis announced he was leaving for Washington, D.C., this week

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Mob boss with Lithuanian links ballots for Kremlin

VILNIUS - Anzori Aksentyev-Kikalishvili, the alleged criminal personality whose relationship with fo

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Latvia in brief - 2004-01-22

Foreign Minister Sandra Kalniete, on an official visit to Georgia, offered to lend Latvia's experien

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Ban on ex-KGB staffers, communists may be lifted

RIGA - The Saeima (Latvia's parliament) appears set to lift restrictions that would allow former KGB

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